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  • Google developer posts screenshot with Android Lollipop debug icon

    943 Oct 14th 2014 by Chris Chavez It’s not 100% official, but it’s now looking like “Lollipop” is a definite contender for the name of the next version of Android. A screenshot taken from the Chromium Issue Tracker site as posted by a Google developer, shows a new never-before-seen debug icon appearing in the notification […]

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  • Android 5.0 officially confirmed in Google’s new teaser, dessert name still up in the air [VIDEO]  

    Oct 14th 2014 by Chris Chavez It’s official. After Android 4.4. KitKat, the next version of Google’s mobile OS will be Android 5.0. The version number was confirmed in a new teaser video posted to the Android YouTube channel, showing Google still taking auditions for the actual dessert name. In the video, just about all […]

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  • How to Block a Number on Android

    Three Methods:Blocking the Number CompletelyBlock a Number From the Settings Menu on the Samsung Galaxy S3Block a Number From the Contacts App on the Samsung Galaxy S3 With all the ways people stay connected these days, protecting one’s privacy seems to be getting increasingly difficult. Luckily, Android users can control who can and cannot contact […]

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  • Iliad ends its bid to acquire T-Mobile US

    NEWS By John Callaham French telecom Iliad has decided to end its efforts to acquire T-Mobile, announcing today that parent company Deutsche Telekom and members of T-Mobile’s board “have refused to entertain its new Offer.” Illad had first announced plans to offer $15 billion in cash for 56.6 percent of T-Mobile in July, which was […]

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  • Google+ is dying, says no-one who actually uses it

    source Google+ is dying, says no-one who actually uses it EDITORIAL By Richard Devine Google+ is back in the discussion in some circles and all for the wrong reasons again. It’s dying. It’s dead. This is how Google can stop it from dying. Respected members of the tech press are once again starting to voice […]

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  • Galaxy Note Edge U.S. Release Inches Closer

    However, the device won’t arrive in Canada until early 2015 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930)’s Galaxy Note Edge with curved display will be a ‘limited edition concept.’ But unlike Galaxy Round, it will be sold in several markets around the world. Its edge screen that provides quick access to features such as most used […]

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  • Google delivers doctors on demand to your home via video calls

      NEWS By Chuong H Nguyen Google Helpouts will help you avoid self-diagnosis by connecting you with a real doctor via video calls Google is testing a new telemedicine service that connect users to a physician for free via video conferencing when they are searching for symptoms or illnesses online. The service is part of […]

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  • These Android phones can handle wireless charging Pretty ch

    These Android phones can handle wireless charging Pretty chargers for picky devices. By Ara Wagoner | Oct 11 2014 | 4:36 pm | 18 Comments Wireless charging has been around for a few years now, but sadly it hasn’t become as widely-adopted as we’d like. Our microUSB ports start to loosen and bend over time […]

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  • Hands-on with the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2

    Another multi-mode tablet in two different sizes from Lenovo Alongside the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, Lenovo today also announced the Yoga Tablet 2 in both 8- and 10-inch sizes. Despite losing the Pro from the name, the Tablet 2 actually shares a lot in common with its bigger brother. The overall design is identical, with […]

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